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Mondialisation, Competition, Reseautage et Decision Collective

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  • Oral, M.
  • Poulin, D.
  • Kettani, O.
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    Sont presentees ici quelques reflexions portant sur la dynamique de la mondialisation, de la competition, du reseautage et du processus decisionnel collectif. Cette dynamique est etudiee au regard des systemes humains et, plus specifiquement, au regard du processus decisionnel collectif. La mondialisation et la competition sont des phenomenes etroitement lies, et leur interaction determine l'etablissement de reseaux mondiaux entre entreprises, organisations et gouvernements. Le reseautage modifie considerablement la nature de la dynamique de groupe des detenteurs d'interets, tout comme il influence les relations individuelles entre interacteurs strategiques.Les changements les plus importants sont sans doute ceux amenes au processus decisionnel. Il devient indispensable, a present, d'etablir un processus decisionnel consensuel qui puisse rendre compte des valeurs et des interets de tous les detenteurs d'interets.

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    Paper provided by Laval - Faculte des sciences de administration in its series Papers with number 1999-6.

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    Length: 32 pages
    Date of creation: 1999
    Handle: RePEc:fth:lavadm:1999-6
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